Your go-to hub for cognitive training insights and the latest in neuroscience research.
Professor Klingberg reflects on what neuroscience says about free will.
How social media both increases cognitive demand and decreases our capacity.
Professor Klingberg reflects on what's happened since the publication of his first book, "The Overflowing Brain," seventeen years ago.
A new research article featuring Cogmed published in Cerebral Cortex investigates the neural mechanisms of cognitive transfer.
Have you ever walked into a room and completely forgot why you were there? You’re not alone, and there’s a neuroscientific explanation for it.
A recent meta-analysis on the effects of screens on children's brains misses one key thing: if you want to determine causality, the kinds of studies you look at makes a big difference.
Professor Torkel Klingberg reflects on recent research on attention spans. Is there a difference between simply attending to a task and focusing deeply on something?
Professor Torkel Klingberg considers one of life's eternal questions.
Callie shares how Cogmed helped her recover from brain injury.
New meta-analysis on the efficacy of cognitive training in ADHD published in Molecular Psychiatry.
Our marketing director reflects on her years as an educator and considers the role working memory training might play in a child's learning journey.
Prof. Klingberg explains the basics of working memory and attention.
Cogmed Coach Usha Patel reflects on how metacognition, the process of thinking about thinking, can be developed and improved by training with Cogmed.
In the final instalment in our series on attention, we dive in to the world of cognitive training covering the past, present, and future of this fascinating field.
We are thrilled to share an article recently published in the International Business Times, "Cognitive Renaissance: Groundbreaking Research Settles Old Score and Brings Hope For Medical Conditions."
In this blog post, we explore the challenges of staying present and the benefits of cultivating mindfulness.
Explore the transformative power of "Deep Work" with our blog, as we decode Cal Newport's insights to supercharge your focus and productivity in today's distraction-filled world.
Fredrik Köhler contemplates the many forces vying for our attention, and considers the consequences of our fixation on instant gratification.
"She was able to do things that six weeks before she'd simply not been able to do."
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